Find lots of different types of foods that taste good with just a small bit of effort here.
This is my closest approximation to one of my favourite dishes when I eat out. I hope you will like it.
Kulambu is a tamililan spicy stew-like preparation. The main flavours are from tamarind and jaggery or sugar. This is a delicious kulambu using boiled eggs. You can easily use fish or crab instead of the eggs.
This dish combines fresh spinach and paneer in a creamy curry. It is absolutely wonderful with basmati rice or naan. The key is in the spices.
This is an easy paratha to make just takes a little prep time and is a good way to get some vegetable in your kids.
This is a relatively easy paratha to make and tastes good with curd.
This is a simple paratha to make and tastes delicious !
There is nothing like a hot Mooli paratha on a cold winter day! It is a treat that is relished by all!
If you like the flavour of Besan in sweets, you will love this halwa. I often make this halwa instead of Besan ladoo or Mysore Pak. My kids gobble it up even before it has a chance to cool down.
When I was little, I used to love dosas for breakfast. You could roll them up with ghee and sugar inside and eat them while playing. It was dessert for breakfast! I still love plain dosas. Sometime I make aloo masala to go with, and other times they are great with just some milagai powder and chutney on the side.
An uttappam is a type of set dosa, You can put as many or as few vegetables as you like on it. This recipe below is the way I like it. Serve with Idli chutney.
This famous “all-in-one” Rajasthani combo makes a perfectly balanced meal.
This is my dad’s favorite paratha. He likes to eat it by putting lots of ghee on it. I do too!
This is my mom’s recipe. This is an excellent tasting dish and an easy way to make mouth watering lamb.
This is one of our family favourite,we like to eat it with lots of dhaniya (corriander leaves) and peas in it.
This is one pan recipe. Easy to make, tastes wonderful with lots of lemon juice and roasted papad.
This is once again a classic Punjabi recipe that is a winner accompanied with sarson ka saag. There is nothing like sarson ka saag with makke ki roti on a cold winter afternoon! It is a little difficult to make but over the years I have finally learnt it! You may get disheartened trying to roll it with a rolling pin but believe me with a little bit of patience and effort anyone can make it!
This is one of my favourite street foods that is quite easy to make. You can make the papdi a day ahead and store in an airtight container so that they stay crisp. This is a very popular starter dish for a party.
This is a delicious prawn curry. If you want, you can substitute boiled eggs for the prawns. Serve the curry with naan, roti, or plain rice.
Originally a dish from Punjab, but I don’t know of anyone who does not make or like Aloo paratha. The recipe varies from house to house, but this is the way my mother makes it. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.